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The Legend of the Skull

A myth submitted to the site by Ellie-Marie Tannetta

The Grove, Wales

There was a girl named Lily and she was an orphan. The William family saw Lily on the streets and took her in. Lily had everything she wanted but she still wasn't happy because Mr and Mrs William had children and their names were Nick and Carrie.

They wasn't very nice to Lily because they were jealous even though the children had the same as Lily they were still jealous. They talked about the poor girls parents because of this she had a breakdown and sadly died.

When she was on her death bed she put a curse on the family and the house. This curse was if any one touched or moved the skull the house would crumble and they would dissapear. The children didn't believe this so they took the skull into the shed.

That very night the mirrors cracked and the frames came of the wall. Mr and Mrs William ran into the children's bed to see if they were OK but they wasn't there. Mr and Mrs William found out the skull was gone just like the children so they went to find it and put it in the house.

Have they found the skull? maybe or maybe not. Has the skull been touched since? Well thats another story ...

By Ellie-Marie Tannetta
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